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Early development along Van Nuys Boulevard, 1913. All of these buildings have been torn down and replaced, except 6211 Van Nuys Boulevard, now known as the Van Nuys Hotel, visible here with the "Hotel" sign on it. Los Angeles Valley College Historical Museum. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

Early development along Van Nuys Boulevard, 1913. All of these buildings have been torn down and replaced, except 6211 Van Nuys Boulevard, now known as the Van Nuys Hotel, visible here with the "Hotel" sign on it. Los Angeles Valley College Historical Museum. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

(1960)- VICTORY DRIVE IN THEATRE (North Hollywood)

(1960)- VICTORY DRIVE IN THEATRE (North Hollywood)

(1926)* - View of Van Nuys Boulevard with Pacific Electric Railway tracks and wires in the middle of the street and cars and shops on the si...

(1926)* - View of Van Nuys Boulevard with Pacific Electric Railway tracks and wires in the middle of the street and cars and shops on the si...

Cast photo of the Valley Music Theatre's Nov. 16, 1965 production of "Dial M for Murder". Included in the cast are Maurice Evans, Phyllis Avery, and Murray Matheson. Black and white photograph, 8 x 10 in.

Cast photo of the Valley Music Theatre's Nov. 16, 1965 production of "Dial M for Murder". Included in the cast are Maurice Evans, Phyllis Avery, and Murray Matheson. Black and white photograph, 8 x 10 in.

Exterior view of the Jewel Theathre, the first theatre in Tujunga, 1925. It was built in 1925 and it was located on Commerce Avenue. "Black Cyclone (1925)" starring "Rex the Unconquerable horse" was showing at the time the photograph was taken. The Sweet Shop is located to the right of the theatre. Photographers: J. H. Lamson (no.319) and The Record-Ledger. Donor: The Record-Ledger. Black and white photograph.

Exterior view of the Jewel Theathre, the first theatre in Tujunga, 1925. It was built in 1925 and it was located on Commerce Avenue. "Black Cyclone (1925)" starring "Rex the Unconquerable horse" was showing at the time the photograph was taken. The Sweet Shop is located to the right of the theatre. Photographers: J. H. Lamson (no.319) and The Record-Ledger. Donor: The Record-Ledger. Black and white photograph.

View of the Cascades, bringing water from the Owens Valley into the San Fernando Valley. Department of Water and Power number 70-1270. Black and white photograph, 8 x 10 in.

View of the Cascades, bringing water from the Owens Valley into the San Fernando Valley. Department of Water and Power number 70-1270. Black and white photograph, 8 x 10 in.

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